On Tue, Nov 14, 2000 at 07:39:11PM -0000, Adam Beecher mentioned:
> You mean buffered output? i.e. it renders it as it gets it? You can do that in
> PHP if you turn output buffering on, or in Perl with NPH (non parsed
> header)scripts. The only resource I can think of off-hand is the Links
> application by Gossamer Threads, which uses Perl and NPH scripts when it's
> building the pages. Otherwise, maybe do a search on "nph" or "non parsed header"
> on Google?
>> Also, NPH was originally introduced by Netscape. M$ never accepted the standard,
> so support is a bit flaky in MSIE. You'll need to test it.
Sigh. Examples are hard to come by. I'll give PHP a shot...
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